Students of Chinese Language Major and Their Attitude Towards the Current Learning Study in Vietnam

Thi Hong Tham Pham, Yan Cheng Zhang, Jing Shang


Chinese language has recently grown so rapidly that people compared it to a storm overflowing into Vietnam. Thus, education managers and teachers can only respond promptly by immediate emergency measures, but have not found measures for stable development. The learning situation therefore also becomes chaotic and the quality does not meet social requirements.

This article aims to analyze the current situation of Vietnamese students studying Chinese language by applying methods of current situation survey by questionnaires, observations in actuality and document research. Through this, the author figure out the true situation of learning attitude and student’s assessment of their schools’ quality of teaching. Results of the research will help teachers to better adjust their teaching methods, and help educational managers have more effective education policies.

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